Glen Beck Exposes Federal Reserve; Gets Fired by Fox

Federal Reserve Tells YouTube to Take Down Critical Video!!

by Alex Jones (2011)

We have received a privacy claim by agents of the FED. They are threatening to remove the video and take down the channel within 36 hours if we don’t bow down to their demands.

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Robotic String Ensemble

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Why Cops Hate (A)narchists

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Why (A)narchists Hate Cops

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WAR Takes a Holiday

A famous sand story of WWII when a young women is waiting for her man–a Soldier–a story of our tragic and heroic past which must be never forgotten.

This performance was presented on “Ukraine’s got talent” show by Kseniya Simonova and brought her win.

Kseniya Simonova is a sand artist from Ukraine. She lives in Crimea (South of Ukraine). Her great-grandfather was an officer of USSR army and defended his Motherland from horrible Nazi’s invasion. He was killed in 1943 and Kseniya decided to devote her semi-final performance on UGT to his heroism.

In the end of the story Kseniya writes in Russian a phrase which means “You are always nearby.”

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Road Proximity Increases Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death

Living near highly-populated and traffic-congested roads heighten women’s risk of suffering a sudden cardiac death, according to a study led by Harvard Medical School.

Road Proximity Increases Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death, Study.

by Stephen Adkins

“It’s important for healthcare providers to recognize that environmental exposures may be under-appreciated risk factors for diseases such as sudden cardiac death and fatal coronary heart disease,” said Jaime E. Hart, study lead author and an instructor in medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. “On a population level, living near a major roadway was as important a risk factor as smoking, diet or obesity.”

Previous studies found evidence of modest increases in coronary heart disease risk among those living near highly-populated and traffic-congested roads. However, this is the first study to determine the impact of roadway proximity to the risk of sudden cardiac death.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, nearly 35 million Americans lived within 300 meters (984 feet) of a major road in 2009.

For the study, the researchers examined data from 107,130 women (predominately white, average age of 60) who were part of the Nurses’ Health Study from 1986-2012.

The researchers found that among 523 cases of sudden cardiac death, living within 50 meters (164 feet) of a major road increased the risk of sudden cardiac death by 38 percent as compared to those living at least 500 meters (.3 miles) away.

Each 100 meters (328 feet) closer to roadways increased the risk of sudden cardiac death by 6 percent. Among 1,159 cases of fatal coronary heart disease, risk increased 24 percent.

“Regardless of where you live, adopting heart-healthy habits, such as maintaining a healthy weight, being physically active, eating nutritious foods, quitting smoking, and managing stress, can help decrease your risk of heart and blood vessel disease,” said Hart, who is also an instructor at the Harvard School of Public Health.

“Our next step is to try to determine what specific exposures, such as air pollution, are driving the association between heart disease and major roadway proximity.”

The finding is published in the American Heart Association journal Circulation.

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Waterbird Ballet

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Rolling Stones Gather No Moss

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Gandy Dancer for Moonstruck Reptiles

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Eric Stephen Valley, esq. disciplined by WA State Bar

Shelton, WA – Reportedly, a bench warrant was recently issued for Eric Valley, a local attorney, for failure to appear in Mason County District Court as required.

Eric Stephen Valley, defendant – Mason District Court – case #: 4Z0704742 – filed 7-7-14

Mr. Valley, who has a checkered past and long acted as a local attorney, both on the criminal docket as well as the civil, not only has been embroiled in some serious litigation as either a defendant or a plaintiff (including an action seeking a protection order against Mr. Valley in the abstract below), but now has been sanctioned by the Washington State Bar for professional misconduct. It is conduct Mr. Valley attempts to trivialize, but was punished by a public reprimand from the State bar.

Court: Mason Co Superior Ct
Case Number: 13-2-00255-1

Sub Docket Date Docket Code Docket Description Misc Info
- 04-24-2013 FILING FEE RECEIVED Filing Fee Received
- 04-24-2013 CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION FORM Confidential Information Form
1 04-24-2013 PET FOR OR OF PROTECTION-HARASSMENT Pet For Or Of Protection-harassment
Temp Antihar Prot Ord Resp Under 18
Protection Order Anti-harassment
Ex-parte Action With Order
Comm. Stephen T. Whitehouse
3 04-25-2013 RETURN OF SERVICE Return Of Service
4 04-25-2013 RETURN OF SERVICE Return Of Service
5 05-07-2013 RECUSAL OF JUDGE
Recusal Of Judge Amber Finlay
Judge Amber L. Finlay
6 05-07-2013 DECLARATION Declaration Response By Eric Valley
6.1 05-07-2013 RESPONSE Response To Show Cause
6.2 05-07-2013 RECUSAL OF JUDGE
Recusal Of Judge
Comm. Robert D. Sauerlender
7 05-08-2013 ORDER OF DISMISSAL Order Of Dismissal
8 05-08-2013 MOTION HEARING Motion Hearing
9 05-09-2013 RECUSAL OF JUDGE
Recusal Of Comm Adamson
Commissioner Richard Adamson

Eric Stephen Valley, esq, (360)426-4959
209 W. Railroad Ave.
Shelton, WA 98584

WSBA Bar#: 21184 Member Name: Eric Valley
Action: Reprimand Effective Date: 08/07/2012
RPC: 1.4 – Communication
1.5 – Fees
1.15A – Safeguarding Property
Discipline Notice:
Description: Eric Valley, (WSBA No. 21184, admitted 1991), of Shelton, was reprimanded, effective August 7, 2012, pursuant to an Order Approving Stipulation to reprimand. This discipline is based on conduct involving failure to safeguard client property, failure to communicate, and failure to communicate the rate or basis of fees.
On April 8, 2011, Client A paid Mr. Valley $500 to represent him in his dissolution matter. There was no written fee agreement. Mr. Valley failed to deposit the fee into his trust account. On April 11, 2011, Client A paid Mr. Valley an additional $1,500; Mr. Valley again failed to deposit the funds into his trust account. Over the next two months, Mr. Valley periodically asked Client A for additional funds. Mr. Valley never gave Client A a contemporaneous billing statement or explained whether the money would be put in trust for future fees or used for fees already incurred. Client A made three additional payments to Mr. Valley between April 27, 2011, and May 9, 2011. At least part of these funds were unearned when received but Mr. Valley did not deposit any of the funds into his trust account.
In January 2011, Client B hired Mr. Valley to represent her in a custody modification action against Ex-Husband. Over the next two months, Mr. Valley met with Client B several times. On April 1, 2011, Client B’s mother (Mother) delivered a check to Mr. Valley for $1,500. On August 1, 2011, Mother delivered an additional $300 to Mr. Valley. Mr. Valley did not provide either Client B or Mother with a receipt for these funds and never provided a billing statement detailing the work that he had done on the case, the amount of fees that he had incurred, and when they had been incurred. On June 20, 2011, Ex-Husband filed a petition seeking to relocate to California with the children and served a copy on Mr. Valley, not Client B. Mr. Valley did not provide Client B with a copy of the petition. On August 5, 2011, Ex-Husband filed a proposed parenting plan and served it on Mr. Valley; the proposed parenting plan restricted all of Client B’s residential time to the state of California. Mr. Valley did not provide a copy of the proposed parenting plan to Client B.
Mr. Valley’s conduct violated RPC 1.4(a)(3), requiring a lawyer to keep the client reasonably informed about the status of the matter; RPC 1.5(b), requiring a lawyer to communicate to the client, preferably in writing, before or within a reasonable time after commencing the representation except when the lawyer will charge a regularly represented client on the same basis or rate; RPC 1.15A(c)(2), requiring a lawyer to deposit into a trust account legal fees and expenses that have been paid in advance, to be withdrawn by the lawyer only as fees are earned or expenses incurred; and RPC 1.15A(e), requiring a lawyer to promptly provide a written accounting to the client or third person after distribution of property or upon request and provide at least annually a written accounting to client or third person for whom the lawyer is holding funds.
Francesca D’Angelo represented the Bar Association. Mr. Valley represented himself. J.C. Becker was the Hearing Officer.
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